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Penguin Books, Melbourne - ISBN:0140111948, 1989. softcover, 5" x 8. Book swap-shop stamp to half-title page. LOOSELY INSERTED: Two page extracts from another writer's references to B.B. Book in VERY GOOD condition. Barbara Baynton was unique among Australian women writers at the turn of the twentieth century. She wrote about the other side of the romanicised bush life - of the harsh realities endured by women at that time. Penne Hackforth-Jones, her great-granddaughter, reveals an extraordinary and sometimes cautionary tale as Barbara Baynton makes a transition from poverty to riches.